How people learn about their local community
Citizens’ media habits are surprisingly varied as newspapers, TV, the internet, newsletters, and old-fashioned word-of-mouth compete for attention. Different platforms serve different audience needs.
The Mobile Difference
Lee Rainie will discuss the Project’s latest findings about how people use mobile devices, and how the changing media ecosystem is affecting the way people receive, share, and create information.
Libraries and the New Community Information Ecology (BiblioNews)
Lee Raine talks with Journalism That Matters’ Bill Densmore about how libraries can adjust and thrive in the new media ecosystem.
Grounding Digital Information Trends
Kristen Purcell’s keynote address at the Museums and the Web annual conference, held April 6-10 in Philadelphia, PA.
Information 2.0 and Beyond: Where are we, where are we going?
Trends that are revolutionizing how people consume information and reshaping the public’s expectations about information access and immersion.
How mobile devices are changing community information environments
47% of American adults use their cellphones and tablet computers to get local news and information
Knight Foundation – Media Learning Seminar
Lee Rainie discusses research findings about the information needs of communities
The Rise of Networked Individuals and their role in the life of entrepreneurs
Lee Rainie speaks to university educators in entrenpreneurship programs about the role of digital networks in innovation.